Sea Urchin Apartments at the end of Headland Road, occupy perhaps one of the most stunning locations in West Cornwall, on the South West Coastal Path from Carbis Bay to Lelant.
Sea Urchin sits in an elevated position above Hawkes Point and Porth Kidney Sands. There is no passing traffic here – just walkers, artists and photographers all of whom are inspired by the panoramic views across St Ives Bay to Godrevy Lighthouse and beyond, which are bound to also inspire guests at Sea Urchin.
There are just 6 apartments in this unique development each having a space in the private car park which leads to the communal tropical gardens, a delightful area offering a further escape for guests, with a BBQ, picnic table and chairs to be enjoyed by all.
Carbis Bay is the perfect destination for those that want paradise beach life a pebble’s throw from the heart of St Ives art, culture and foodie hub. With its palm-fringed sandy beach, water sports, ocean-side spa and sea view dining options. Carbis Bay self catering is the perfect choice for guests looking for the idyllic spot to dip a toe in the luxury coastal lifestyle. We’ve got a selection of contemporary apartments overlooking the family-friendly Carbis Bay beach, as well as luxury holiday homes within easy reach of the golden sands. All of our self-catering accommodation is decked out with mod cons including Wifi, and many of Carbis Bay self catering properties come with complimentary access to the world-class C Bay spa.
An easy 30-minute walk along the South West Coast Path, or 5 minutes on the coastal railway from the buzzing town and beaches of St Ives, Carbis Bay self catering is a more serene scene than its neighbour. If you’re looking for laid-back beach life look no further than the pearly sands of Carbis Bay, with its blue flag water quality, seasonal lifeguards, low-tide rock-pooling and excellent beachside facilities. Offering a plethora of water sports for the whole family, it’s the perfect place to castaway on a stand-up paddleboard, kayak or sailing boat, or come face-to-face with the fascinating sea life on a snorkelling adventure or a tour on a Hawaiian outrigger canoe. If you want to escape the beach-bound masses and walk the dog on a mile of crowd-free sands, just along the coast path is the pristine Porthkidney Sands, an expanse of golden sands and sea looking across to Godrevy Lighthouse which is dog friendly all year.